Fantasy Rankings - Week 8
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# PlayerYards
1Colts Andrew Luck 2331
2Chargers Philip Rivers 2213
3Broncos Peyton Manning 2134
4Falcons Matt Ryan 2078
5Saints Drew Brees 1916

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# PlayerYards
1Cowboys DeMarco Murray 913
2Texans Arian Foster 615
3Steelers Le'Veon Bell 599
4Ravens Justin Forsett 503
5Bears Matt Forte 448

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# PlayerYards
1Broncos Demaryius Thomas 767
2Steelers Antonio Brown 719
3Packers Jordy Nelson 712
4Colts T.Y. Hilton 711
5Falcons Julio Jones 676

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Reference Charts
Team-By-Team Injuries
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Team-By-Team Injuries
 Johnny Manziel, QB, CLE10/25/2014 7:29:00 PM 
Description: According to ESPN\'s Toy Grossi, there is considerbly high internal pressure building up to play Browns backup quarterback Johnny Manziel. Insight: Brian Hoyer is coming off a terrible performance against the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars, and if he cannot produce against Oakland, Manziel\'s number could be called sooner rather than later.
 Alfred Morris, RB, WAS10/25/2014 4:48:00 PM 
Description: Redskins running back Alfred Morris is probable for Monday night against the Cowboys. Insight: Morris played through an ankle issue last Sunday, but he didn\'t miss any practice time this week. Without Robert Griffin III, however, defenses have been able to concentrate on just stopping him rather the read-option as well. Morris is averaging just 3.45 yards per carry this season.

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Finding the next 300-game winner
Fans love milestones, especially fantasy owners. 500 home runs and 300 wins are probably the two biggest individual career milestones a... Full Story | Player Stats: HudsonVerlanderKershaw
Best Bargains of 2014
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# NameAVG
1Astros Jose Altuve.341
2Tigers Victor Martinez.335
3Indians Michael Brantley.327
4Rangers Adrian Beltre.324
5Rockies Justin Morneau.319

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# NameRBI
1Dodgers Adrian Gonzalez116
2Angels Mike Trout111
3Tigers Miguel Cabrera109
4Orioles Nelson Cruz108
5White Sox Jose Abreu107

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# NameERA
1Dodgers Clayton Kershaw1.77
2Mariners Felix Hernandez2.14
3White Sox Chris Sale2.17
4Reds Johnny Cueto2.25
5Cardinals Adam Wainwright2.38

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 Juan Perez, LF, SFG10/25/2014 4:51:00 PM 
Description: Juan Perez is starting for the Giants in left field for Game 4 of the World Series against the Royals. Insight: Perez gets the start over the lefty Travis Ishikawa because Royals starter Jason Vargas is also left-handed. Perez will bat seventh in front of Brandon Crawford.
 Jarrod Dyson, CF, KAN10/25/2014 3:54:00 PM 
Description: Royals center fielder Jarrod Dyson is starting in center field and batting eighth, again, in Game 4 of the World Series on Saturday. Insight: Ned Yost is sticking with the same lineup that won Game 3 in San Francisco on Friday. We would too. The added defense paid huge dividends, and Alex Gordon came through with a huge hit in the No. 2 spot.

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Curry, Paul, or Westbrook?: Who ya Got?
Over the past few seasons, the point guard position has become increasingly more valuable. While there have been skilled point guards in the NBA... Full Story | Player Stats: CurryPaulWestbrook
Injury rocks mock drafts
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Who to take at Center?
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# NamePPG
1Thunder Kevin Durant32.01
2Knicks Carmelo Anthony27.43
3Heat LeBron James27.13
4Timberwolves Kevin Love26.10
5Rockets James Harden25.36

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# NameAPG
1Clippers Chris Paul10.69
2Lakers Kendall Marshall8.83
3Wizards John Wall8.79
4Nuggets Ty Lawson8.76
5Timberwolves Ricky Rubio8.59

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# NameRPG
1Clippers DeAndre Jordan13.59
2Pistons Andre Drummond13.22
3Timberwolves Kevin Love12.51
4Rockets Dwight Howard12.20
5Kings DeMarcus Cousins11.70

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 Jason Richardson, SG, PHI10/25/2014 7:16:00 PM 
Description: 76ers guard Jason Richardson (knee, foot) is out indefinitely with a stress fracture in his right foot. Insight: He is now a longshot to play this season, after missing all of 2013-14. Even if he is able to suit up at all, Richardson is not fantasy-relevant.
 Jamal Crawford, G, LAC10/25/2014 6:05:00 PM 
Description: Los Angeles guard Jamal Crawford will continue to have nice fantasy value this season. Insight: He averaged 18.6 points per game, 3.2 assists per game, 0.9 steals per game, 2.3 three-pointers per game, as well as shooting 87 percent from the line. Owners should look to select Crawford in the 10th round.

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Early goalie struggles
In fantasy hockey, it is always a good idea to make the goalie position the strength of one's team. The problem to start the 2014-2015 season, however...  Full Story | Player Stats: PriceLundqvist
Ducks quacking on PP
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# NamePoints
1Ducks Ryan Getzlaf12
1Ducks Corey Perry12
3Stars Tyler Seguin11
3Islanders John Tavares11
5Blue Jackets Ryan Johansen10

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# Name+/-
1Kings Jeff Carter9
1Predators Filip Forsberg9
1Kings Tyler Toffoli9
4Ducks Hampus Lindholm8
4Ducks Corey Perry8

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# NameWins
1Ducks Frederik Andersen6
2Canadiens Carey Price5
2Predators Pekka Rinne5
4Lightning Ben Bishop4
4Blue Jackets Sergei Bobrovsky4

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 Cody Hodgson, C, BUF10/25/2014 6:39:00 PM 
Description: Sabres center Cody Hodgson scored his first goal of the season on Saturday. Insight: He has not gotten off to the start that owners wished he would, but hopefully this goal will gets Hodgson going. Nicolas Deslauriers scored the other tally for Buffalo, his second-career goal.
 Brent Burns, RW, SJS10/25/2014 6:37:00 PM 
Description: San Jose defensemen Brent Burns continued to play well, after changing positions this season. Insight: He notched his second goal of the season, and after converting from being a winger, Burns now has nine points on the season. Owners who took the gamble with him, have it paying off.

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